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I want to insert a movie clipping in my applet.How is it possible? I would also like to include a audioclip in another applet.I already tried this ,but it won't work in all situation (files having larger size)Can anybody suggest a proper solution
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Hi Saju!
Thank you very much for complying with the naming policy.
With regard to your movie question, I found this link which may help you:
http://java.sun.com/products/java-media/jmf/1.0/guide/JavaMediaFrame.fm2.html
It explains step-by-step how to create an applet to play a media file using Java Media Framework (JMF).
I hope this is helpful for you.
Stephanie
 
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